It wasn’t too long ago that the British royal family wouldn’t have been caught goofing off in public, but the future king of England seems intent on giving his image a serious overhaul. With three cheerleaders rallying him on, the Prince of Wales tries his hand at the ancient art of spinning plates in the Channel Islands on July 17.
Socially speaking, Prince Charles is already on the top of the heap, but he proves you can’t keep a good royal down as he scales a climbing wall at a secondary-school gym on the Channel Islands on July 18.
What, no kiss? A playful fan turns the fairy-tale cliché on its head as Charles visits with school children in Gloucestershire, England, to honor the World Wildlife Fund UK in early July, where the eco-friendly prince had a rare Ecuadorian stream frog named after him – Hyloscirtus princecharlesi.
Why do we get the impression ‘s laundry comes out less wrinkly than her father-in-law’s? The royals get creative as they iron artwork onto silk for an event promoting Prince Charles’s Foundation for Children and the Arts at a London gallery on March 15.